The Stahlpanzerrohrgewinde standard for screw threads , more often called by the shorter name Panzergewinde pronunciation , was a technical standard created in Germany and subsequently used in various countries, such as the German-speaking world Germany, Switzerland, Austria and neighboring European countries. It has been retracted. The German name " Stahlpanzerrohrgewinde " translates to English as 'steel conduit thread'. The thread is used to join pieces of electrical conduit and cable glands.
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The Pg thread series is designed specifically for steel conduit because of the thin wall cross section of the steel conduit.
The thin wall thickness requires a shorter profile thread that will not break through the outside diameter of the steel conduit during the machining process. This actually works because as the thread is machined the crest of the thread form comes to a point. As the thread size is changed, the position of the point changes and thus can be measured. The GO member works in the normal manner by checking the maximum material condition.
As the thread size is changed the position of the point changes and thus can be measured. The GO ring works in the normal manner by checking the maximum material condition. Disclaimer: This data is provided for general information only. The intention is to provide accurate information; regardless; errors may exist in the supplied information.
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